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Company Culture, Entrepreneurs, Events, High Technology, Public Relations Posted Jul 13, 2015 by Kayla Krause

Summer Feels

It always seems that summer comes and goes so fast. We just celebrated our nation’s birthday and before you know it we’ll be topping the summer season off with Labor Day cookouts and barbeques. Those beach days, work parties and city networking events make the summer days fly by, but we’ve got to take advantage […]

Opinions Posted Jun 12, 2015 by Kayla Krause

Family Trip across the Pond

After a five-day, whirlwind journey, I recently came home (begrudgingly) from a lovely trip across the pond with my family. I’ve been to England before to visit my grandfather’s family in Birmingham, but this trip trumped all previous visits—including the one taken on the occasion of my 18th birthday (I won’t be blogging any of […]

High Technology, Opinions, Social Media Posted May 19, 2015 by Kayla Krause

Smartphones: Arch-Nemesis or Best Friend?

The smartphone is both the best and the worst invention. Ever. Because of smartphones, we can be in touch with someone within moments—whether it’s a text, a call, a tweet, or Skype. Smartphones make it easy to connect with family and friends from across town or across the globe. With your trusty smartphone you can […]

Opinions Posted Apr 17, 2015 by

One Boston Day

April 15th – commonly known as Tax Day, took on a whole new meaning for our city this year. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh declared that April 15, the date of the Boston Marathon bombing, is now known as “One Boston Day.” The tragedy that hit Boston two years ago will forever be remembered, but it […]

Company Culture, Opinions Posted Mar 27, 2015 by Kayla Krause

Attitude Says it All

People watching is my favorite hobby (well, other than playing the keyboard, which requires actual effort.) People watching is easy, and you can do it anywhere – walking to the store, eating lunch at a deli, sitting on the train… the possibilities are endless. The other day I was people watching on my walk to […]

Company Culture, Opinions, Public Relations Posted Feb 23, 2015 by Kayla Krause

No, I don’t want to build a snowman…anymore.

Cold. Blustery. Frigid. Unpleasant. Numbing. These are but a few of the words that come to mind when thinking about the past month. Either Mother Nature isn’t happy with New England, or she’s just not a local sports fan and this is our punishment for all of our wins. Whatever the cause, the weather has […]

Entrepreneurs, Events, Public Relations Posted Jan 28, 2015 by Kayla Krause

Fighting for a cause

Recently my co-worker Shannon Todesca and I attended one of the most enjoyable and gratifying events I’ve ever been a part of: boxing for charity. The Technology Underwriting Greater Good (TUGG) of Boston held a Box Fiit event at The Club by George Foreman III where women from the Boston tech scene took part in […]

Entrepreneurs, Events, Innovation, Opinions Posted Dec 10, 2014 by Kayla Krause

The Massachusetts Conference for Women

Last week I attended the Massachusetts Conference for Women at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in the Seaport District. The conference was celebrating its 10th anniversary that day, with over 10,000 women from across the nation. There were a few (lucky) men in attendance, but estrogen levels in that convention center more than overwhelmed […]

Opinions, Social Media Posted Oct 30, 2014 by Kayla Krause

Humans of New York

This past weekend I bought a book called Humans of New York. Some of you may be familiar with the concept and blog started by a photographer named Brandon Stanton. I had heard of it and seen posts on social media but had never really looked into what the blog was all about. So there […]